Junipers Bed and Breakfast

3 Juniper Road, Firsdown, Wiltshire, England, SP5 1SS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Firsdown

Bath & Beyond

A travel blog entry by shirleyjack

12

... way of doing beach for us. The pier was about 300metres long, lots of benches so you could sit in the sun and at the end there were restaurants and lots and lots of arcade games. I couldn't tempt Nev in to the house of horror or on to the crazy circus ride.
We retraced our steps. I managed to do a little shopping on the way to the car park and then took the same route to catch all those photos we missed on the way ...

Highclere Castle

A travel blog entry by havingfun

9

... was tea and scones and a walk through the grounds and gardens. As a farewell I received a gift bag with her book about Highclere and some assorted goodies. The boys returned to retrieve me and we had a short picnic near one of the "follies" on the grounds. A wonderful birthday with beautiful weather and amazing vistas! Off we go to ...

And on to Bath

A travel blog entry by shirleyjack

11

... I was shown a carpark at the back of the house. We got our bags up the narrow stairs to our first floor room that was so small finding a place for the cases that left room to get around the bed was an achievement in spacial relations.

We had a bit of a rest and then decided to drive into town. The first trick was to find the guest who had ...

Silbury Hill - Even Older than Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by pfkahney

8

... The first phase was about 18" high of turf and mud, held by stakes. The next two phases were mainly built of chalk and rubble, demonstrating advanced design skills. It was later used by Saxons and Romans, mainly as a lookout, and possibly for burials.




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Stonehenge and Bath

A travel blog entry by morada2007

... beautiful city, and in fact, the entire city has been chosen as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, because the city is very old and is still well preserved from when the Romans were there and had created the baths all over the city. The river runs over what looks like a huge bath, and the rest of the city is mostly touristy, but it's really not so bad. Me and Jake might try to go back to Bath before the end of our trip once we get back to London.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Junipers Bed and Breakfast Firsdown

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding